WRITING

FEATURED:

“Being an Asian American, or any person of color in the U.S., generally means being invisible and hypervisible. Those that are invisible are more easily shifted into the category of disposable. Those that are hypervisible are more easily shifted or are already in the category of Other, outlaw, criminal, invader, parasite, etc.”

POEMS & ESSAYS

FEATURED:

“Being an Asian American, or any person of color in the U.S., generally means being invisible and hypervisible. Those that are invisible are more easily shifted into the category of disposable. Those that are hypervisible are more easily shifted or are already in the category of Other, outlaw, criminal, invader, parasite, etc.”

 read full piece at pollenmidwest.org

SELECTED WRITING

“To Make a Light, It was Dark,” book review in Korean Literature Now

“Detonations,” from The Wet Hex, featured on Literary Hub

“Abecedarian: On Purchasing and Receiving Genetic Information from Two Commercial DNA Companies” featured in the 2020 issue of Poetry (Poetry Foundation).

“A History of Domestication,”Academy of American Poets

“Evolution in the Underworld,” “Whiteness: A Vanishing,” “In the House of Moths,” VIDA Review

“Wasp Hollows,” work-in-progress collaboration with composer Dameun Strange

Roundtable, “CONTRABAND” PRACTICE: DOING ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE WITH WATER,” edited by Simi Kang, Open Rivers: Rethinking Water, Place, and Community.

“My First Voyage Out,” The Portable Boog Reader II – An Anthology of Minneapolis-St. Paul and New York City Poetry (PDF)

“Incantations: The SCOTUS Decision in Trump v. Hawaii” in which 14 writers cast spells in response to the SCOTUS and POTUS, Unmargin

“The Sadomasochistic Ero-Poetics of the Betrasian (Betraying + Asian),” Unmargin

“Castaways in Paradise | Passing Through: None,” BOMB Magazine

“The Wolveish Forage,” Dusie

“A Series of Short Stories or Propositions,” Under a Warm Green Linden

“The Gardener of Hell,” Cultural Society

“Empty Ring, Nest Fire,” Academy of American Poets

“(Demilitarized Zone),” Minnesota Public Radio